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Super League Greece live stream: How to watch 2022/23 season online

By Ben Green

Super League Greece live stream- How to watch 2022:23 season online

Published: 13:25, 14 May 2023 | Updated: 13:51, 15 May 2023

The 2022/23 Super League Greece season is into the play-offs, with AEK Athens, Panathinaikos, Olympiacos and PAOK all competing to finish as high as they can for varying European places and, of course, the title.

How to live stream Super League Greece fixtures online:

Bet365 are live streaming a selection of Super League Greece fixtures. Here’s how you can access games being live streamed on the bet365 platform:

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After a gruelling regular campaign, the Super League Greece has entered the play-offs, with this weekend marking the concluding fixtures. As things currently stand, AEK Athens are leading the charge, with Panathinaikos sitting just below in the final Champions League place. Olympiacos and PAOK are third and fourth respectively, with Aris occupying the last European spot — a ticket to the Europa Conference League qualifiers. Volos are also confirmed to finish in sixth. There’s a lot on the line this weekend, so buckle up.

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Sunday 14 May


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Who would you recognise from the Super League Greece?

Nordin Amrabat (AEK Athens)

The 36-year-old will be remembered from his time in England with Watford between 2016 and 2018, but the veteran Moroccan has turned out for some huge clubs in Europe beyond the Premier League landscape. Those include Malaga, Galatasaray and PSV, while his younger brother, Sofyan, recently starred in the World Cup as Morocco finished fourth. Some of Europe’s top clubs will be tracking the Fiorentina midfielder this summer, no doubt.

Domagoj Vida (AEK Athens)

Another World Cup cult hero. Croatia’s pony-tailed bulwark was nigh-on impenetrable as Zlatko Dalic’s men reached the 2018 World Cup final, forming a formidable centre-back partnership with Dejan Lovren. The 100-capped international was playing for Besiktas at the time, and he only left last summer to join AEK Athens, where he has once again been a beacon of tenacity and grit.

Steven Zuber (AEK Athens)

A Swiss half-centurion, Steven Zuber is a versatile and experienced midfielder who garnered a big reputation in the Bundesliga playing for the likes of Hoffenheim, Stuttgart and Eintracht Frankfurt. The 31-year-old famously scored in a 1-1 draw against Brazil at the 2018 World Cup for Switzerland, and now is competing to help AEK Athens win the Super League Greece.

Djibril Sidibe (AEK Athens)

An important cog in the machine of Monaco’s title-winning team in 2016/17, the buccaneering right-back played more games (in all competitions) than the likes of Kylian Mbappe and Radamel Falcao in that historic campaign. The 18-capped France international played on the French Riviera for six more years after that stellar maiden campaign — spending 2019/20 on loan at Everton in the process — before joining AEK Athens last summer.

Andre Gray (Aris)

The Wolverhampton-born marksman has played for likes of Shrewsbury Town, Hinckley United and AFC Telford United in the lower reaches of English football, but he enjoyed a meteorite rise to prominence that culminated in becoming a Premier League regular for Watford. After a brief temporary stint at QPR following Vicarage Road, the hard-hitting centre-forward joined Aris last summer, where he has netted 13 goals in all competitions.

Juan Iturbe (Aris)

Once considered one of the brightest prospects to emerge from South America, it’s safe to say the Argentina-born Paraguay international hasn’t exactly hit those heights. Spells with Roma and Porto prompted plenty of promise, with the fleet-footed winger joining Bournemouth on loan to much fanfare from the former in 2016. But, he played just four times for the Cherries and has since globe-trotted to Mexico and now Greece.

Dmytro Chyhrynskyi (Ionikos)

Who remembers this guy? Signed by Barcelona in 2009 from Shakhtar Donetsk, the 29-capped Ukraine international was seen by Pep Guardiola as the perfect candidate to marshal his backline and bring a combination of resilience and flair to his high-octane pressing system. He only last one season, though, and returned to Shakhtar in 2010. The mop-haired defender joined the Super League Greece in 2016 for AEK Athens and has since moved on to Ionikos.

Zoran Tosic (Lamia)

Signed by Manchester United in 2009 and given two Premier League appearances by Sir Alex Ferguson, there was a time when Serbia’s wing wizard was destined for the highest of highs. He even made his debut against Tottenham in the FA Cup as a substitute for Cristiano Ronaldo. Unfortunately for Tosic, though, the baton wasn’t passed over, and he ultimately spent the majority of his career at CSKA and Partizan. He joined Lamia in January after a stint in Kazakhstan.


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Kazenga LuaLua (Levadiakos)

Brother of great entertainer Lomana, Kazenga enjoyed a fruitful career in England as well, where he turned out for the likes of Brighton, Newcastle, Sunderland, Luton, QPR and Doncaster, getting bums off seats with his combination of dribbling class and acrobatic celebrations. His time in England ended in 2021 after he joined Turkish club Genclerbirligi, and now he turns out in Greece for Levadiakos.

Bakary Sako (Levadiakos)

A team-mate of LuaLua, these two make for a creatively-ferocious wing partnership. Sako garnered continental clout during his time for Saint-Etienne between 2009 and 2012, but he rose to stardom for Wolves, where he was twice named PFA Team of the Year: in League One in 2013/14 and in the Championship in 2014/15. He also has a runners-up medal from Crystal Palace’s FA Cup final run in 2015/16.

Yann M’Vila (Olympiacos)

Another former Premier League and Saint-Etienne player, M’Vila was a fan favourite during his one year in England, where he endeared himself to the Sunderland faithful after helping them fend off relegation under Sam Allardyce. The former France international failed to secure a permanent move to the English top flight and ultimately returned to Rubin Kazan, where he left for Saint-Etienne in 2018, and now turns out on the Mediterranean for Olympiacos.

Sokratis Papastathopoulos (Olympiacos)

The Greek defender came through the ranks at AEK Athens, but soon realised his talents were capable of thriving in Europe’s top divisions. From the Greek capital, Sokratis moved on to Genoa, Milan and soon found his way to Borussia Dortmund. A solid if unglamorous defender in the Ruhr Valley, Arsenal eventually saw worth in his capabilities and brought him to north London in 2018, where he stayed for three years — winning the FA Cup in that time — and then returned to his homeland, only this time with Olympiacos. A Super League Greece ‘Breakthrough of the Year’ winner in 2008, he is now a two-time champion in the division.

Mathieu Valbuena (Olympiacos)

At 5ft 6in, Valbuena doesn’t possess the biological make-up to dominate players physically, but what he lacks in stature, my word he makes up for in skill, class and creative improvisation. At 38, most players would be winding down and enjoying the dotage years of their careers, but Olympiacos’ 51-capped Frenchman is doing anything but. Snake-hipped with a low centre of gravity, Valbuena was a star during spells for Marseille, Lyon and Fenerbahce — and he’s now a star in Piraeus.

Cedric Bakambu (Olympiacos)

There was a time when every top club worth their salt in Europe was tracking Cedric Bakambu when he was flourishing for Villarreal. But, instead of moving to a traditional powerhouse in Europe, he opted for the Far East with Beijing Guoan. Four years at the Workers’ Stadium saw him become the club’s record goalscorer, before joining Marseille last year. In September, he became Olympiacos’ latest marquee acquisition, and he has already netted a whopping 18 goals.

Bernard (Panathinaikos)

Another who was considered a generational superstar during his early career in Brazil, the Atletico Mineiro graduate was a ‘wonderkid’ in every respect. He followed the well-trodden path from South America to Shakhtar Donetsk in 2013, and many thought it was a stepping stone for the diminutive wonder. He racked up 14 caps for Brazil and was a regular for his nation during the 2014 World Cup, before joining Everton in 2018. Goodison Park held its breath as one of the Selecao‘s finest dribblers opted for Merseyside — but the tricky winger was inconsistent to say the least. Showing flashes of flare and promise one week, only to go quiet the next, Bernard just couldn’t find the level of form to make him an elite Premier League player. He ultimately left to little complaint in 2021, signing for UAE side Sharjah, and has since joined Panathinaikos.

Taison (PAOK)

And another who could really have shone at one of Europe’s biggest clubs, Taison stayed loyal to Shakhtar Donetsk for eight years between 2013 and 2021 — before ultimately returning to boyhood club Internacional two years ago. The eight-capped Brazil international won the Ukrainian Premier League six times, and was ever-present as Shakhtar established themselves as one of the most entertaining and ruthless sides in Europe during the 2010s. When he returned to Brazil in 2021, everyone thought that was it for Taison in Europe, but earlier this year the now 35-year-old completed a move to PAOK in Greece.


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